Climate Program Office News

Changes in ocean salinity lead to ITCZ migration 13 May 2022

Changes in ocean salinity lead to ITCZ migration

Researchers use coral reef isotopes to investigate changes in ocean salinity and variable ITCZ position.

Changes in AMOC might still be uncertain 7 April 2022

Changes in AMOC might still be uncertain

New data analysis of palaeoceanographic proxies leave scientists with more questions about changes in AMOC.

US CLIVAR holds workshop on advancing scientific understanding of multi-year predictability 7 April 2022

US CLIVAR holds workshop on advancing scientific understanding of multi-year predictability

During the last week of March, US CLIVAR held a hybrid workshop on multi-year climate predictions.

Study explores strategies to improve US West Coast precipitation forecasts 25 March 2022

Study explores strategies to improve US West Coast precipitation forecasts

New research, co-funded by CPO’s CVP and OAR’s WPO, explores how to improve U.S. West Coast precipitation forecasts by modeling tropical teleconnection patterns.

Climate scientists come together at the 2022 US CLIVAR Summit 18 March 2022

Climate scientists come together at the 2022 US CLIVAR Summit

US CLIVAR holds a hybrid meeting to discuss progress, new opportunities, and advance goals.

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